In working with Clark County, UNLV, and the UNLV Foundation, the Resiliency & Justice Center has set up this fund to accept donations for families of victims who died in the incident and to help those who suffered severe physical injuries, 100% of which will go directly to them. Donations will not be used to cover administrative costs or fees. A community committee will decide the distribution methodology.

If you would like to donate services or assist in other ways, we gladly welcome support from licensed behavioral health services providers, provider of integrative services, HEART Peer Mentors, and blood donors. 

The Resiliency Center provides critical support services to survivors of crime and critical incidents in our community. The center is managed and operated by Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada and can accept financial donations to support the center’s operations. To make a financial donation to the Resiliency Center, you can donate online through Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s website.

Please select “Vegas Strong Resiliency Center Operations” from the dropdown menu here:

If you are interested in volunteering your time as a HEART Peer Mentor or HEART Coach, please complete an Interest Form:

Physical checks can also be mailed to:

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada
725 E Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89104

Include “Resiliency & Justice Center” in the memo line. If you have questions, call us at 702-455-6546 or email us at

Several nonprofit groups in the Las Vegas community accept donations. We encourage you to connect with them if you are interested in making donations of food or perishable items or your time or services as a volunteer. Here is a list of organizations with opportunities that may interest you:

American Red Cross

Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada

Jewish Family Service Agency

Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada

National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster

Salvation Army of Southern Nevada

Three Square Food Bank

United Way of Southern Nevada

United Way of Southern Nevada

Vitalant (formerly United Blood Services)